The Financial Conduct Authority released new rules Tuesday for the UK banking and insurance sector to protect whistleblowers and encourage them to come forward.
As publicized earlier on the FCPA Blog. the Anti-Corruption Interest Group of the American Society of International Law held its inaugural workshop last Friday and Saturday at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business. It was a huge success, and may well become an annual affair.
The companies listed below are the subject of an ongoing and unresolved FCPA-related investigation.
The Securities and Exchange Commission said Monday that Bristol-Myers Squibb agreed to settle charges that its joint venture in China made cash payments and provided other benefits to health care providers at state-owned and state-controlled hospitals in exchange for prescription sales.
While the much heralded Yates Memo has produced a frenzy of “what does it mean?” reporting, few analysts have examined the depth and breadth of the issues and events that led DOJ to re-emphasize the focus on prosecution of corporate executives.
The FIFA scandal involves the illicit paying and receiving of monies in relation to marketing rights, elections, and host country bids. And though both the U.S. and Switzerland have now begun formal criminal proceedings, with 15 total defendants and myriad criminal counts, there are absolutely no bribery charges.